Ghosts Who Now Dance

This compelling title describes photographs by Sandy Alpert and Arthur Griffin, showing until November 27 at the Griffin Museum at the Stoneham Theatre. Today I made my first visit to this satellite location of the Griffin, whose main location is in nearby Winchester, MA. The images are shadowy, mysterious and yes, ghostlike. Visit and let me know what you think!man-with-briefcase_alpert-420x621

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March 23— Winchester, MA Owls of the World — Wildlife Photographers and Naturalists

Editor’s Note: The Griffin is a terrific arts institution located just North of Boston. I’ve also seen the Wilson’s present on several occasions – strongly recommended. Bring the kids!  Date: Sunday, March 23, 2014 Time: 4pm – 5:30pm Location: Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Rd, Winchester, MA 01890 Who’s…

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Selling Photos At Crafts Fairs

A friend who manages a farmers market referred a photographer to me who is thinking about renting a space and selling some photographs. Although I have never made this sort of commitment myself, I have done a lot of research. Here is what I shared with that photographer—everything I can think of about successful selling in this kind of environment.

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Exhibition: Steve Rosenthal—White on White: The Churches of Rural New England

Steve Rosenthal is an architectural photographer based in the Boston area whose work for leading architectural and design firms has earned him many awards throughout a long career. In his spare time between commercial shoots, one of his passions has been to record the beauty of rural 18th and 19th century churches in New England.

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Andreas Gursky’s $4.3 Million Print Sets New Record

© Andreas Gursky/courtesy Christie’s Gursky’s “Rhein II” is a 143 x 73-inch signed chromogenic print in an edition of six. Andreas Gursky’s “Rhein II” sold for $4,338,500 at an auction of contemporary art at Christie’s auction house in New York on November 8, making it the most expensive photo sold…

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Three Concerned Women, Photographs by Susan Bank, Stella Johnson, and Rania Matar

This week I attended the opening of a joint show by Susan Bank, Stella Johnson, and Rania Matar at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. The exhibition of exclusively black & white prints, documents the lives of Cuban tobacco farmers; remote villages in Mexico, Nicaragua, and Cameroon; and…

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Exhibition: Stephen Wilkes, Frank Rothe, Paula Gillen

© Paul Mozell 2008 If you knew nothing about the history of Ellis Island, the photographs by Stephen Wilkes of the abandoned buildings on this lonely outpost in New York Harbor, would stir your emotions. In a show at the Griffin Photography Museum in Winchester, Massachusetts which runs until March…

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